Commenting (and posting) on ScienceBlogs.com is going to be down starting at about 1 p.m. EST today. You can use this post for commenting on today’s Cognitive Daily Post.
If you ask nicely, I might even consider adding some additional data analysis here, since today’s post was cut a little short.
Update: I’m home by myself this evening, so I thought I’d do a little more analysis. We had a few commenters who suggested that it was only the uptight Americans who subscribed to the foolish notion that gender-separate restrooms are a good idea. So I thought it would be interesting to break down responses by where they are from. Although the vast majority of our visitors are from Canada and the U.S., the rest of the world, especially Europe, is still well-represented. Here’s a graph showing the likelihood of using an opposite-gender restroom broken down by where the respondent is from:
For the most part, the data from the rest of the world matches the US. We don’t have enough numbers from Africa, Asia, Latin America, or Australia/Oceania to establish significance. The numbers for European men verge on significance: they are somewhat less likely than American men to use the women’s room when there’s a long line at the men’s room.
If there’s anything else you’re curious about, just ask in the comments and I’ll see if I can get to it sometime over the weekend.